The Old Hall Hotel, Buxton

The Old Hall Hotel, Buxton

Acquired in 2007 by the Trevor Osborne Property Group and CP Holdings as part of the regeneration of Buxton’s Crescent and Spa.

Reputed to be the oldest hotel in England, the Grade II star listed Old Hall was rebuilt in 1550 by the Earl of Shrewsbury, 4th husband of Bess of Hardwick, to accommodate Mary Queen of Scots during her visits to Buxton Spa.

Located opposite the celebrated Pavilion Gardens, yards from one of the most exquisite Opera Houses in the Country and adjacent to the Grade I listed Buxton Crescent. The project, combined with the Crescent, is one of the most significant heritage regeneration projects in the UK.

The hotel currently offers 38 en-suite guest rooms, two self contained serviced holiday flats, a wine bar, restaurant and function rooms. The hotel continues to be managed by Sally Palmer and Emma Potter, the daughters of Louise Potter who owned and built up the reputation of the Old Hall over the past 25 years.

A program of upgrading will be undertaken including the introduction of executive rooms which will be wired for internet access and include other enhancements for the business and leisure travellers. The hotel will operate as one of the Danubius portfolio of Hotels as a 4 star property, with direct access to the Thermal Spa.

For reservations, telephone: 01298 22841 or email: